Sparrow Guitars announces the new All-Canadian line of solid-body Rat Rod and Twangmaster models, set to debut at MIAC 2008. The Canadian versions of the Rat Rod and Twangmaster are designed, manufactured, finished and assembled in Vancouver, BC Canada and feature top-of-the-line components and hardware.
The Canadian Rat Rod model is constructed from Canadian lumber and features premium Canadian and US components. Produced with a mahogany body, maple cap, mahogany neck and rosewood fretbroad, the Canadian Rat Rod is the epitome of quality Canadian craftsmanship. The Canadian version of the Rat Rod features pickups by TV Jones – Classic and Classic Plus, nut and bridge by Graph Tech, and tuners by Grover. Consistent with the Sparrow Rat Rod line, the Canadian model also includes stainless steel frets and Sparrow strings. For more information on the Sparrow Rat Rod line, click here.
The All-Canadian Twangmaster model is constructed from Canadian lumber and features premium Canadian and US components. Finely crafted in Vancouver, BC Canada with an alder body and maple neck, the Canadian Twangmaster also features Bill Lawrence pickups, Graph Tech nut and saddles and Grover tuners. Consistent with the Sparrow Twangmaster line, the Canadian models also includes stainless steel frets and Sparrow strings. For more information on the Sparrow Twangmaster line, click here.
“The introduction of the All-Canadian solid body guitars to our line fills a gap in the Canadian music instrument business – a top of the line electric guitar featuring Canadian lumber, craftsmanship and components with the style Sparrow has become known for” said Sparrow Guitars President Billy Bones. “We are very proud of these instruments and are excited to make them available to our Canadian dealers at MIAC.”
MIAC is Canada's largest trade show for musical instruments and accessories and runs from August 24-25, 2008 at the International Centre in Toronto, Ontario Canada. Sparrow Guitars will be showcasing guitars alongside Panther Cases at the International Centre in Hall 5 Booth 162. For more information, visit http://www.miac.net/.